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1996-04-10 DoT-001
Department of Transport


Statement fromTransport Secretary on Roger Salmon - Franchising Director

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Director of Passenger Franchising

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Department of Transport

Statement fromTransport Secretary on Roger Salmon - Franchising Director

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10 April 1996
source Department of Transport
type Press release

note 108

Roger Salmon, the Director of Passenger Franchising said today that
he intends to leave his post in the autumn.

Commenting on Mr Salmon's decision, Transport Secretary Sir
George Young said:

"Roger Salmon has informed me that he wishes to leave his post in the
autumn. I have accepted his decision with regret, although I
understand his reasons. I pay tribute to Mr Salmons leadership and
his successes in preparing the passenger franchises and securing
their transfer to private ownership so as to ensure better services
for travellers and better value for the taxpayer."

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